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Commit .jsp problem

From: Tony Morris <tmorris_at_tmorris.net>
Date: 2006-05-19 03:25:52 CEST

I am having an odd problem with respect to commits. Any file that has the
extension .jsp fails to commit.
I am running Apache using a SVNParentPath and a number of repositories in
this path. The same problem occurs for any repository - ruling out anything
specific to a repository.
The operating system is Windows 2000 SP4. The problem applies to *any* file
with a .jsp extension. Also, I have tried file extensions that closely
resemble "jsp" and they all seem to commit fine.
No repositories on the server are using any kind of hooks.
I have fiddled a little with the error message below to hide things like
sensitive paths and addresses, but I hope to have left verbatim the relevant
parts.
Is anyone able to offer some insight into this bizarre observation?

>svn commit -m ""
Adding WEB-INF\testestests.jsp
Transmitting file data .svn: Commit failed (details follow):
svn: PUT of
'/svn/projects/!svn/wrk/d30bf0bf-dd38-f442-bbbc-705deda8a3c9/myproject/WEB-I
NF/testestests.jsp': 404 Not Found (http://192.168.x.x)

Tony Morris
http://tmorris.net/
 
Your worship, the defence quietly chuckles about the absurdity of the
allegation, and enters a plea of not guilty

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